This is our latest work with our partners DreamTower Productions and Breon Rydell.
It’s been amazing to follow these guys from the Finborough Theatre to the WestEnd.
We wish them all the luck and a big tour in the new year!
If you need a promotional video, check us at woolfe.vision/
‘It’s easy to be dead’ is a WestEnd play running from 9Nov-3Dec
Woolfe.Vision produced the promotional content for their WestEnd theatre run.
ATG tickets: http://www.atgtickets.com/shows/it-is-easy-to-be-dead/trafalgar-studios/
To organise stills photographer for Press Night
To produce Trailer for promotions across all platforms.
Shot and Edited by Nikita Woolfe
a Woolfe.Vision production in association with DreamTower 2016
Carmini Crisitini is Directing and Producing this short piece for ACAD, here’s a synopsis of the project:
This is the beginning of a story of complaint: the complaint of a crime committed every day within the Italian penisula. This crime, nowhere to be found within the Italian penal code is an everyday occurance in almost every major prison in Italy. This crime is called torture. To ask that torture is identified as a crime, ACAD has decided to make a short film that would bring awarness to an issue too often forgotten.
We are asking for your support however small.
We are working on the new Reflector Music Video: Mirrors.
Here’s a still from the video.
Hopefully we will be able to post a taste later…
WV in association with the University of Westminster EU Society brings you a debate on the subject of Brexit and EU. First debate on the 7th Dec.
Shot and Edited by LN Woolfe
In Association with DreamTower.
© 2016 DreamTower/Woolfe.Vision
A man with a mission to save the world whilst making beautiful pictures, a tall order…. no not for Carmine.
Short campaign video to promote honesty.
Written, shot and edited by Luc Beloix
Produced by by Carmine Cristini and Nikita Woolfe
Lighting by Nikita Woolfe
Sound by Tony Mitsinga
Actors: Stephen Fuller and Maria Baglieri
Produced by WV film collective.
Directed by Rob Clayton. Shot & Edited by Nikita Woolfe
Rob Clayton went to photograph a housing estate in the Black Country, Birmingham 25 years ago. Rob then went back last year to visit the estate again. This film documents that visit and shows how little has changed for people in places like the Lion Farm Estate.
Narrated by Jonathan Meades.
Currently at Festivals.
Shown as part of FIXPHOTO exhibition @ the Bargehouse, London.